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Thomas Nelson, Inc. Acquires Project by Former Multnomah President Don Jacobson (Nashville, Tenn.) – Thomas Nelson, Inc. announced the acquisition of the originally self-published title “God Makes Lemonade” by Don Jacobson. Slated to release May 2013, “God Makes Lemonade” will … Continue reading
One of our staff was in a retail store recently, and it wasn’t a good experience. He stood in a long line of customers being helped by one checkout guy while four other counters were closed. At least five other employees walked around the store laughing and talking with one another, oblivious to the plight and frustration of their customers. Continue reading
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We’ve already listed out a bunch of things to consider when submitting a potential lemonade story. But recently it came to our attention that we should share some of our key considerations in deciding which stories to pursue. Continue reading
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A politician, a teacher, a religious leader, and a local civic leader walk into a room.
They all begin arguing about what’s wrong with this world, and before you knew it, everyone is down. Some are crying. And a few are calling 911. Oh, but you’ve heard that one before… Continue reading
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